Understanding Biofeedback Scans

Published on July 10, 2020 by Spooky2 Videos

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Biofeedback scans requires a frequency sweep to be input to the body, plus a system to monitor the results of this. As this sweep is being transmitted, it will kill or injure pathogens. Your body registers these events as stresses, and each one is clearly recorded.

Spooky2 has two ways of doing biofeedback scan. Spooky Pulse and Spooky2 GeneratorX. Spooky Pulse is a non-damped cardiac monitor capable of detecting the most minute changes in pulse rate. As the scan sweep progresses, Spooky2 correlates each stress event with the exact frequency that caused it. In Rife, this is called a “hit.” Depending on your settings, it will then analyze all the hits, then select the 10 or 20 that were strongest. The frequencies which caused these are assembled into a program you can save and use to treat the problems found. GX changes the rules for biofeedback entirely. During a biofeedback scan, GX records how the electrical signal behaves. A brief change in the electrical pattern shows that a hit was detected. A biofeedback scan which takes an hour with Spooky Pulse now takes just over 4 minutes. Even less if you do not need to measure both current and phase angle. No more sitting or lying down forever, waiting for a biofeedback scan to complete. GX uses state-of-the-art components and ingenious circuit design to accurately monitor the current and phase angle of signals all the way up to 40 MHz. So you can really see what is happening in your body.

Depending on your Spooky2 rig, scanning every seven or four days is highly recommended. Spooky Central users should use the results program in a killing preset and run it once a day for four days, then scan again. Contact Mode users should run it once daily for seven days, then scan again. Remote Mode should be run non-stop for a week, then scan again. Repeated scans are necessary. Here’s why:

The human body, it may surprise you to learn, is made up of more than 50% bacterial cells. Most of these organisms are harmless, some are beneficial, and some cause disease. Spooky2 is not capable of telling the difference between them – it can only report how big a stress the destruction of each caused in your body. To put it another way, it lists the organisms that “screamed loudest.”

But there’s no guarantee that these are the nasty ones. In fact, serious pathogens are often able to hide from your immune system because they’ve developed stealth strategies. So while they may be hit and killed, their presence might not register over the”noise” of trillions of other bacteria, all of which are also being hit. Repeated scans are necessary to “clear the stage” of all the loud and melodramatic organisms first. When that’s done, Spooky2 can now “hear” the bad guys clearly. Biofeedback scanning is like peeling an onion, layer by layer.

Before you scan, you must first stop or pause all generators operating in Remote Mode because you should only be receiving the input scan sweep frequencies, and no others. If you use Spooky Pulse, you should lie down when doing biofeedback scan, as movement affects your heart rate. It takes about an hour to do a full biofeedback scan. If you use a GX, there’s no need to lie down, as it detects electrical signal. It takes 6 minutes to do a GX biofeedback scan.

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  • Dean Mindock 4 years ago

    I wonder how this killing of bacteria fits into the overall healing program for a patient. Maybe it should be followed or even proceeded by other programs like detoxing or immune system boosting?

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      Spooky2 Videos 4 years ago

      Hello, my friend. The biofeedback scan helps you find the right frequency, then you run the results and start to kill the pathogens. Besides, you can run the Detox program at the same time, which improve the efficiency of treatment.

  • Eddie Luckey 4 years ago

    is there some help on learning to understand a biofeedback scan. Not sure what to look for after analyzed scan. I don’t understand what the numbers mean next to the name. for example- Marine Virus 32 (PB)

  • Jeanine 3 years ago

    Thanks John. I would like a video on the different types of BFB programs eg. Terrain, Killing to Kill and heal, General scan, scan and run etc.

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      Spooky2 Videos 3 years ago

      Hello Jeanine, we will do that in the near future. Thanks a lot for your kind advice!


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